# How can you represent uniform electric field draw also?

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## How can we represent a uniform electric field?

Uniform electric field is represented by parallel and equally spaced filed lines.

## Which of the following represents uniform electric field?

It represents the strength and nature of electric field at any point due to a charge. higher the Electric lines of force per unit area , higher will be electric field strength . Uniform electric field means electric lines of force are uniformly distributed. As I attached a rough daigram of uniform electric field.

## What is a uniform electric field?

A field in which the value of the field strength is the same at all points. For example, a uniform electric field exists between two parallel charged plates.

## Can electric field be negative?

Electric field is not negative. It is a vector and thus has negative and positive directions. An electron being negatively charged experiences a force against the direction of the field. For a positive charge, the force is along the field.

## Which of the following Cannot represent uniform electric field?

Positive charge tends to move normally away from the conductor i.e starts or ends only at 90° to the surface of the conductor. Thus, the lines of force are parallel and normal to the surface of conductor. So curve (b) cannot represent electrostatic field lines.

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## Which of the following represents an expression for an electric field?

Answer: Answer: Electric field is the force per unit charge hence, the correct expression among the following is: E=F/Q.

## How do you set up a uniform field?

Creating a Uniform Field

1. A uniform magnetic field is one that has the same strength and direction at all points.
2. A uniform magnetic field can be created by taking the opposite poles of two magnets and holding them close together.

## Is uniform electric field?

It experiences a force due to the electric field generated by the charge at origin. If you observe the electric at two different instants of time, the magnitude and direction of the electric field will not change and will remain the same forever, which means that the electric field is uniform.